anatta

[ uhn-uht-tah ]
/ ˈʌn ətˌtɑ /

noun Buddhism.

the doctrine asserting the nonexistence of a personal and immortal soul.

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Also called, Sanskrit, an·at·man [uh-naht-muhn] /əˈnɑt mən/ .

Origin of anatta

Form Pali: literally, “breathless”
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